Amazon Web Services gets into the hosted blockchain-as-a-service game, competing with established tech stalwarts like IBM and Oracle
Amazon claims its new product will make it easier for developers to create projects based on blockchain technology.
Fidelity Investments' Canadian unit launched a new mutual fund that invests in companies led by their founders.
Fears that AWS could win the JEDI contract have sparked aggressive lobbying efforts by rivals.
Google could be forced to pay out billions of dollars after an appeals court revived Oracle’s copyright case against it.
Semiconductor giant Micron reports earnings with an overbought weekly chart but is cheap with a P/E ratio of just 9.63.
Oracle's steep stock decline could present an opportunity for investors, argues E*TRADE in a new blog post.
Oracle reports earnings with a market-neutral P/E ratio of 22.43 and a dividend yield of just 1.45% but under a cloud called a "key reversal."
After lagging the other tech giants, Oracle is making a massive push into cloud computing.
Amazon's high-margin public cloud business is expected to skyrocket another near 40% this year.